mjg59 | Implementing UEFI Secure Boot in Fedora

Getting the machine booted

Most hardware you’ll be able to buy towards the end of the year will be Windows 8 certified. That means that it’ll be carrying a set of secure boot keys, and if it comes with Windows 8 pre-installed then secure boot will be enabled by default. This set of keys isn’t absolutely fixed and will probably vary between manufacturers, but anything with a Windows logo will carry the Microsoft key[1].

via mjg59 | Implementing UEFI Secure Boot in Fedora.

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